Using the same format as the very successful Castles and Keeps of Anaeland, Castles and Keeps of Gwythia examines in detail seven fortifications in the land south of Anaeland.
Included are colour maps of the villages and towns surrounding the foritified building, commercial and industrial appraisals, and some local folklore to add to the possibilities. The history of each site provides sufficient... [click here for more]
This is the Mhar Fantasy RPG Resource Kit and GM's screen. There is a 38 page resource kit, containing new rules, archetypes, skills, merits and flaws; an overview of the Kingdom of Gwythia; a look at the moridar dwarves; and an extensive look at Rune Magic. The back cover for the Resource Kit has a full colour map of the Kingdom of Gwythia which borders the south of the Mhar primary setting of... [click here for more]
The second of the core books to the Mhar Fantasy RPG. This Game Master's book is an invaluable resource to running the game with full rules for movement, combat and enchantments. Besides hints on running the game, this 150 page guide also contains an introduction to the world setting; a tour of Calshire on Anaeland's wild frontier; some rules for NPCs, Faerie, spirits, traps, and magical artifacts... [click here for more]
An in depth look at the Palliards, the Guild of beggars and thieves in the Mhar Fantasy RPG, from their humble beginnings at Martyr Field to their current status as the Guild that protects the disenfranchised.
Also contains a look at the Edder race (Mhar's hallflings), and a view of the town of Lanternton.
This is the last planned issue to focus solely on the Mhar Fantasy RPG. The Grimoire periodical... [click here for more]
It is a world where monarchies rise and fall with the glory and power of their kings; a rich pageantry of courtly romance and tournaments; a land where the Church shepherds the souls of the faithful and one where powerful guilds and merchant princes build vast trading empires. It is also a world where many live under the yoke of oppression, violence and disease. But it is also a world of wonderment,... [click here for more]